The Man’s suits

The suit is the established structure of men’s official dress in the world. The modern suit appeared in the before time 19th century, nevertheless the coat’s beginning sketch to the simplified, sartorial normal of clothes traditional by the British king Charles II in the 17th century, and redefined, modified, and popularized in the early 19th century, by the British dandy Beau Brummell.

In 1666, the restored emperor, Charles II, per the example of King Louis XIV’s court at Versailles, decreed that in the English Court men would dress in a long coat, a waistcoat a cravat, a hairpiece, and knee breeches ,and a hat.

In the early 1800s, Brummel’s technique led European men to wearing understated, well-cut, adapted suits, decked with richly knotted neckties. Brummel's authority introduced the fashion of the new suit and necktie. Moreover, he popularized normal) bathing as part of a man's toilet.